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February 11, 1991 | LESLIE HERZOG
Sylvia Lane can remember standing on her porch in Georgia as a little girl and sensing that her grandmother Julia was dead. Later that day, her parents told her it was so. "I have always been interested in spiritual phenomena," said Lane, 50, who has a doctorate in psychology. "Later, as I began to study spiritual disciplines, I realized a lot of experiences I had as a child made sense." Today, Lane is transpersonal psychologist and with a 13-year-old private practice in Laguna Hills.
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February 11, 1991 | LESLIE HERZOG
Sylvia Lane can remember standing on her porch in Georgia as a little girl and sensing that her grandmother Julia was dead. Later that day, her parents told her it was so. "I have always been interested in spiritual phenomena," said Lane, 50, who has a doctorate in psychology. "Later, as I began to study spiritual disciplines, I realized a lot of experiences I had as a child made sense." Today, Lane is transpersonal psychologist and with a 13-year-old private practice in Laguna Hills.
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April 7, 1989 | From Times wire service s
A 26-year-old stabbing victim whose life-support system was disconnected eight days ago over the objections of his assailant died today nearly four years after the attack that left him in a coma. Sylvia Lane said her son, Mark Weaver, died at about 2 a.m. "He died peacefully. He never had a moment's pain," she said. An autopsy was being performed today at the request of the state attorney general's office.
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March 30, 1989 | From Times wire services
The mother of a stabbing victim removed her son's life-support system at 12:01 a.m. today over the objections of the assailant, who fears that he will be charged with murder. Sylvia Lane withdrew her son Mark Weaver's feeding tube at the earliest time that it was legal to do so and before leaving for her job on the early morning shift at a nursing home. A probate judge on Feb. 27 gave her permission beginning today. The feeding tube has kept her son alive nearly four years.
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April 8, 1989 | From Associated Press
A 26-year-old stabbing victim whose life-support system was disconnected eight days ago over the objections of his assailant died Friday, nearly four years after the attack left him in a coma. Sylvia Lane said her son, Mark Weaver, died at about 2 a.m. "He died peacefully. He never had a moment's pain," she said.
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August 31, 1997 | LISA RICHARDSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was a symphony orchestra that had no musicians, no concert hall and no conductor, and was missing almost everything that makes an orchestra an orchestra. Overwhelmed by debt and unpaid taxes, the Orange County Symphony had fallen so low that rumors of its death had been constant for three years. But the symphony lives. It is operating in the black and this summer had a series of three concerts in Coto de Caza. In November, the symphony will give its regular Children's Concert in Garden Grove.
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February 3, 1994 | RICK VANDERKNYFF
Orange County has a Black History Parade again after a two-year absence, and organizers say the return of the event is helping to bring local African Americans together. "Our whole premise and our slogan for this year is building unity in the community," said Chuck Mosely, one of three main organizers for this year's parade and cultural fair. "It's the common thing that everybody wants." The Orange County Black History Parade will begin Saturday at 10 a.m.
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August 31, 1997 | LISA RICHARDSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was a symphony orchestra that had no musicians, no concert hall, no conductor and was missing almost everything that makes an orchestra an orchestra. Overwhelmed by debt and unpaid taxes, the Orange County Symphony had fallen so low that for the past three years rumors of its death have been constant. But the symphony lives. It is operating in the black and this summer had a series of three concerts in Coto de Caza.
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